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51st Annual National Invitation Tournament - Page 12. 1988. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 31, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/343/show/311.

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(1988). 51st Annual National Invitation Tournament - Page 12. University of Houston Sports Championship Publications. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/champ/item/343/show/311

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Title 51st Annual National Invitation Tournament
Date 1988
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Basketball
  • College sports
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Language English
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Transcript PAST INVITATION WINNERS 1938—TEMPLE UNIVERSITY—Defeated Bradley Tech, 53-40; Oklahoma A. and M., 56-44; Colorado University, 60-36. 1939-LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY—Defeated New Mexico Aggies, 52-45; Bradley Tech 36-32; Loyola University, 44-32. 1940—COLORADO UNIVERSITY—Defeated DePaul, 52-37; Duquesne U., 51-40. 1941-LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY—Defeated Westminster, 48-36; Seton Hall, 49-26; Ohio U., 56-42. 1942—WEST VIRGINIA—Defeated LIU, 58-49; Toledo, 51-39; W. Kentucky, 47-45. 1943—ST. JOHN'S—Defeated Rice, 51-49; Fordham, 69-43; Toledo, 48-27. 1944—ST. JOHN'S—Defeated Bowling Green, 44-40; Kentucky, 48-45; DePaul, 47-39. 1945—DE PAUL—Defeated West Virginia, 76-52; Rhode Island, 97-53; Bowling Green, 71-54. 1946—KENTUCKY—Defeated Arizona, 77-53; West Virginia, 59-51; Rhode Island, 46-45. 1947—UTAH—Defeated Duquesne, 45-44; West Virginia, 64-62; Kentucky, 49-45. 1948-ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY—Defeated Bowling Green, 69-53; Western Kentucky, 60-53; NYU, 65-52. 1949—SAN FRANCISCO—Defeated Manhattan, 68-43; Utah, 64-63; Bowling Green, 62-52; Loyola, 48-47. 1950—CCNY—Defeated San Francisco, 65-46; Kentucky, 89-50; Duquesne, 62-52; Bradley, 69-61. 1951 —BRIGHAM YOUNG—Defeated St. Louis, 75-58; Seton Hall, 69-59; Dayton, 62-43. 1952—LA SALLE—Defeated Seton Hall, 80-76; St. John's, 51-45; Duquesne, 59-46; Dayton, 75-64. 1953—SETON HALL—Defeated Niagara, 79-74; Manhattan, 74-56; St. John's, 58-46. 1954—HOLY CROSS—Defeated St. Francis (Bklyn.), 83-69; Western Kentucky, 75-69; Duquesne, 71-62. 1955—DUQUESNE—Defeated Louisville, 74-66; Cincinnati, 65-51; Dayton, 70-58. 1956—LOUISVILLE—Defeated Duquesne, 84-72; St. Joseph's, 89-79; Dayton, 93-80. 1957—BRADLEY—Defeated Xavier, 116-81; Temple, 94-66; Memphis State, 84-83. 1958—XAVIER (Ohio>—Defeated Niagara, 95-86; Bradley, 72-62; St. Bonaventure, 72-53; Dayton, 78-74 (OT) 1959—ST. JOHN'S—Defeated Villanova, 75-67; St. Bonaventure, 82-74; Providence, 76-55; Bradley, 76-71 (OT) 1960—BRADLEY—Defeated Dayton, 78-64; St. Bonaventure, 82-71; Providence, 88-72. 1961 —PROVIDENCE—Defeated DePaul, 73-67; Niagara, 71-68; Holy Cross, 90-83 (OT); St. Louis, 62-59. 1962—DAYTON—Defeated Wichita, 79-71; Houston, 94-77; Loyola (Chicago), 98-82; St. John's, 73-67. 1963—PROVIDENCE—Defeated Miami (Fla.), 106-96; Marquette, 70-64; Canisius, 81-66. 1964—BRADLEY—Defeated St. Joseph's 83-81; Army, 67-52; New Mexico, 86-54. 1965—ST. JOHN'S—Defeated Boston College, 114-92; New Mexico, 61-54; Army, 67-60; Villanova, 55-51. 1966—BRIGHAM YOUNG—Defeated Temple, 90-78; Army, 66-60; NYU, 97-84. 1967—SOUTHERN ILLINOIS—Defeated St. Peter's, 103.-58; Duke, 72-63; Rutgers, 79-70; Marquette, 71-56. 1968—DAYTON—Defeated West Virginia, 87-68; Fordham, 61-60; Notre Dame, 76-74 (OT); Kansas, 61-48. 1969—TEMPLE—Defeated Florida, 82-66; St. Peter's, 94-78; Tennessee, 63-58; Boston College, 89-76. 1970—MARQUETTE—Defeated Massachusetts, 62-55; Utah, 83-63; L.S.U., 101-79; St. John's, 65-53. 1971 —NORTH CAROLINA—Defeated Massachusetts, 90-49; Providence, 86-79: Duke, 73-69; Georgia Tech, 84-66. 1972—MARYLAND—Defeated St. Joseph's 61-55; Syracuse, 71-65; Jacksonville, 91-77; Niagara, 100-69. 1973—VIRGINIA TECH—Defeated New Mexico, 65-63; Fairfield, 77-76; Alabama, 74-73; Notre Dame, 92-91 (OT) 1974—PURDUE—Defeated North Carolina, 82-71; Hawaii, 85-72; Jacksonville, 78-63; Utah, 87-81. 1975—PRINCETON—Defeated Holy Cross, 84-63; South Carolina, 86-67; Oregon, 58-57; Providence, 80-69. 1976—KENTUCKY—Defeated Niagara, 67-61; Kansas State, 81-78; Providence, 79-78; UNCC, 81-76. 1977—ST. BONAVENTURE—Defeated Rutgers (at Princeton), 79-77; Oregon. 76-73; Villanova, 86-82, Houston, 94-91. 1978—TEXAS—Defeated Temple, 72-58 (at Austin); Nebraska, 67-48 (at Austin); Rutgers, 96-76; No. Carolina State, 101-93. 1979—INDIANA—Defeated Texas Tech, 78-59 (at Lubbock, Tex.); Alcorn St., 73-69 (at Indiana); Ohio St., 64-55; Purdue, 53-52. 1980—VIRGINIA—Defeated Lafayette 67-56 (at Charlottesville, VA); Boston College, 57-55 (at Charlottesville, VA); Michigan, 79-68 (at Charlottesville, VA); Nevada-Las Vegas, 90-71; Minnesota, 58-55. 1981—TULSA—Defeated Pan American, 81-71 (at Mabee Center, Okla); Texas-El Paso, 76-72 (at Mabee Center, Okla); South Alabama, 69-68 (at Mabee Center, Okla.); West Virginia 89-87; Syracuse, 86-84 (OT). 1982—BRADLEY—Defeated American, 76-65 (at Bradley); Syracuse, 95-81 (at Syracuse); Tulane, 77-61 (at Bradley); Oklahoma, 84-68; Purdue, 67-58. 1983—FRESNO STATE—Defeated Texas El Paso, 71-64 at Fresno St.; Michigan St., 72-58 at Michigan St.; Oregon St., 76-57 at Oregon St.; Wake Forest, 86-62; DePaul, 69-60 1984—MICHIGAN—Defeated Wichita State, 94-70 (at Michigan); Marquette, 83-70 (at Michigan), Xavier of Ohio, 63-62 (at Michigan), Virginia Tech, 78-75; Notre Dame, 83-63 1985—UCLA—Defeated Montana, 78-47 (at UCLA); Nebraska, 82-63 (at UCLA); Fresno St., 53-43 (at UCLA); Louisville, 75-66; Indiana, 65-62 1986—OHIO STATE—Defeated Ohio University, 65-62 (at O.U.); Texas, 71-65 (at O.S.); Brigham Young, 79-68 (at O.S.); Louisiana Tech, 79-66; Wyoming, 73-63. 1987-SOUTHERNMISSISSIPPI-Defeated Mississippi, 93-75 (at So. Miss); St. Louis, 83-75, (at St. Louis); Vanderbilt, 95-88, (at Vanderbilt); Nebraska, 82-75, LaSalle, 84-80. 13